What's Happening

New Party Joins PNM Settlement on San Juan Plant

Earlier in August, PNM and four other environmental, clean energy and consumer organizations announced a new agreement that would move the plan for the San Juan Generating Station to address regional haze forward. Since that time, the New Mexico Industrial Energy Consumers (NMIEC) has announced that they will also join the stipulated agreement for San[…]
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Hear what New Mexican leaders say

“As a result of PNM’s environmental stewardship, the agreement will reduce seven different emissions, including carbon.” Carla K. Sonntag / President and Founder, New Mexico Business Coalition “Due to San Juan Generating Station and San Juan Coal Mine operations, New Mexicans benefit from affordable and reliable electricity. This plan provides consumers and business with the[…]
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PNM Plan = Protecting Jobs

The San Juan Generating Station plan protects jobs in the Four Corners region. By ensuring the continued operation of the San Juan Generating Station Units 1 and 4, as well as the San Juan mine, the plan protects: Hundreds of full-time jobs; Nearly $100 million in payroll for New Mexicans; $31 million per year in[…]
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A Smart Way to Reduce Emissions

The PNM plan for San Juan Generating Station is a smart way to reduce emissions, keep electricity costs down for our customers and add cleaner energy resources to the electric system. PNM is adding 40 megawatts of new solar power and supporting it with the back-up generation needed to run the grid 24/7 at affordable[…]
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Affordability + Reliability + Sustainability = New Mexico’s Future

The San Juan Generating Station plan balances reliability, affordability and environmental growth. Affordability: Of all the viable plans presented, the PNM was the least cost alternative. Reliability: 497 megawatts of San Juan generation helps keep the lights on in New Mexico. Sustainability: 40 megawatts of new solar generation, 134 megawatts of existing zero-emission nuclear power[…]
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Michael Jaramillo Belen Meter Reader

When I started my career as a PNM meter reader, the Bee Gees’ “Saturday Night Fever” was the number one album. I started reading meters in Belen in January 1978. In my 37 years as a meter reader I’ve gotten to know just about everyone in this small town. I remember moms calling to their[…]
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